Air University (AU) invites applications from qualified individuals for the position of Postdoctoral Fellow of Strategy and Security Studies. The incumbent will teach, conduct independent research activities, mentor students, conduct service, and carry out supporting learning activities to achieve organizational outcomes.
Air University provides a dynamic and evolving academic environment for teaching and research. The incumbent will teach graduate-level courses based on terminal degree specialty and advises student research. Designs course requirements and instructional methodologies; produces approved syllabi; teaches in the classroom; designs, administers, and grades student evaluations; provides detailed feedback to students and documentation of student progress and serve as a subject matter expert and advisor to AU and the respective school/centers on subjects of relevance. The ideal candidate will advise students in areas appropriate to expertise and interests. Guides students through the research process, including developing appropriate research questions, performing research in primary source materials, organizing and constructing the thesis arguments, and composing the formal document.
Air University is a leading contributor of national security thought for leaders across the U.S. Government, and highly encourages policy-relevant scholarship by its faculty. Candidates will be expected to: engage in professional research and writing in areas of expertise; actively seek publication of book manuscripts as well as scholarly works such as articles, monographs, and book reviews for publication in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, professional journals, and other outlets; and present results of research at appropriate conferences and symposia.
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